Monday, July 30, 2012

Keeping It Simple

Hi guys! Hope you all enjoyed your weekend. Today I'm back to show you a clock I altered, very simply out of paper. This will be getting handled regularly, so I didn't what to have anything dangling or sticking out that might fall off. 


Mod Podge was used to adhere the paper to the clock, then a clear sealer was applied to finish and protect it. The patterned papers used on this project are all from the Basic Grey PB&J collection, including the paper on the face of the clock, which is from the 6x6 paper pad.


The number border used was cut out of vinyl using my Silhouette.


 Thanks for visiting! :)
Jen

4 comments:

Melonie said...

This is awesome! How did you get the paper to lie flat on the little bell thingys? You are amazing I swear you have a magic crafty finger that turns into a wand:)

Jen said...

Thanks, Mel! :) I tore the paper into small strips and then used Mod Podge to apply the paper to the bells.

Angela Restad said...

I was wondering where you got the clock to make this project?

Jen said...

Hey Angela! The clock I used is pretty old, I'm not sure where I got it from, but I have seen similar ones at Target and Hobby Lobby.

 
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